Pastures of plenty: a self-portrait
HarperCollins, Feb 1, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 259 pages
One of America's favorite folk heroes takes readers along on his voyage of discovery that took him to the forefront of the American political movements of the '30s through the '50s. Deeply personal stories, essays, letters, diaries, songs, poems and rare photos make this an inspiring tribute to the American heritage.
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Best known for his songs, Guthrie was an equally prolific writer of letters and notebooks, an avid scribbler and doodler on calendars, napkins, and paper scraps. Chronicling the dustbowl migrations of ... Read full review